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  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can amplify the voice of citizens and empower them to confront corruption on a much larger scale.

  • Using SMS, social media, and geo-mapping tools, it can provide powerful information from the grass roots to policy makers and the media to begin to reform pervasive corrupt systems.

  • ICT enables local communities and civil society organizations to achieve far greater accountability in public services, transparency in government functions and participation in governance.

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When the health system is sick, take charge of your health

Published in Daily Monitor on Tuesday, September 17 2013 at 01:00

By Nicholas Sengoba

Government can reduce corruption through social accountability

Opinion published in New Vision

By Mujuni Benard Makuba

Uganda: Health ministry initiative wins Africa e-Health award

The ministry of Health mTrac initiative was listed among the table-top 10 e-health projects of 2013 and granted full recognition by the A

From the Field

Citizen monitoring increases availability of anti-malarial drug in Lira

In Uganda, the Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF) worked intensively over the past five years to promote citizen engagement in monitoring the

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Uganda: Critical action needed to curb rising maternal mortality rates

The rising number of Ugandan women dying due to childbirth related complications should be a matter of national concern.

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